St. Andrews + Lockport

Neighbourhood Guide

Welcome to St. Andrews + Lockport

Be at the centre of it all in one great city! Winnipeg is the perfect combination of city living and a small-town feel. At the heart of Friendly Manitoba, Winnipeg has a population of 750,000, a thriving restaurant scene, and many diverse neighbourhoods: each with its own unique culture. It’s not hard to find fun in this ever-evolving hub.

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Neighbourhood Stats

What You Should Know

Population:
11,913 as of the 2016 Census

Population Density:
Average

Employment Rate:
66%

Unemployment Rate:
3.3%

Demographics:
0-14 years: 16%
15-64 years: 68%
65+ years: 16%

Internet and Phone Connectivity:
Reliable, high speed available

Utility Services Providers:
Manitoba Hydro, City Water

Landscaping Regulations:
No (area will vary)

Maintenance Regulations:
Yes (area will vary)

Pet-Friendly Neighborhood:
Yes

Closed Communities:
No

Energy Efficient Communities:
Yes

School Districts:
Public + Schools

Safety Level:
Safe

Street Infrastructure:
Average

Privacy Level:
High (with location)

Noise Level:
Low (with location)

Location & Map

St. Andrews is a rural municipality in Manitoba, Canada. It lies west Red River; its southern border is approximately 8 km north of Winnipeg.  The communities of Clandeboye, Petersfield, and Lockport (the part west of the Red River) are located in St. Andrews.

Lockport is a small unincorporated community in Manitoba, Canada. It is located 28 km north of the City of Winnipeg along the Red River.

Neighbourhood Real Estate

About the Market

St. Andrews/Lockport offers a unique rural lifestyle. A big portion of the population commutes to Winnipeg, Selkirk and surrounding areas for work and education. The Real Estate prices range anywhere from $89,000-$1,900,000 and up depending on location. With an average sale price of $680,000 homes are usually on the market for around 28-45 days. The R.M of St. Andrews recently introduced the low pressure sewage system, thus replacing most of the older septic fields that had short lifespans remaining. The biggest benefit to this was the easy maintenance for homeowners once hooked up, and elimination of the costly repairs to the standard old fields.

Standard of Living

Affordable but increasing

Market Type

Buyers / Sellers

Housing Prices

Home prices between $89,000 to $2,000,000

Neighbourhood Highlights

What to Expect

St. Andrews + Lockport offers a great amount of community attractions that date all the way back to the 1800’s. And, that’s just the beginning. Some of the primary reasons why people choose to live here are: Public Transportation, great school options (St. Andrews School, Lockport Jr High, Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School), Lower fort Garry, Historical River Road, Established Community, Walking Trails, Short Commute to Winnipeg & so much more.

Fall in Love

Situated on the western bank of the Red River, St. Andrews + Lockport offers beautiful river views and many interesting areas to explore. Within a short drive are Bird’s Hill Provincial Park, site of large-scale events like the legendary Winnipeg Folk Festival, and Oak Hammock Marsh, an award-winning wetland preserve and interpretive centre. The community is set amid one of the Canada’s most historically significant areas, with nearby heritage attractions like the Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site.

Outdoor Areas & Amenities

  • Day-care
  • Elementary School
  • Middle School
  • High School
  • Elderly Nursing Home
  • Police Station
  • Fire Station
  • Library Services
  • Parks
  • Recreation Facilities
  • Community Club
  • Food Markets
  • Bars + Restaurants
  • Family Neighbourhood
  • Natural Environment
  • Walkable Neighbourhood
  • Suburban Community
  • Countryside
  • Large Lot Sizes
  • Close to Highways
  • Maintained Infrastructure
  • Places of Worship
  • Community Events

Neighbourhood Traffic Network

Commuting Time

With multiple routes for road and rail travel, St. Andrews/Lockport is a truly connected community. It’s easy to travel to Winnipeg – and from Winnipeg, to destinations around the world. And with a wide range of internet services, you’ll enjoy excellent data links.

Average Commutes (In Minutes)

Winnipeg
25 MINUTES

Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site
10 MINUTES

International Airport
35 MINUTES

Grand Beach
30 MINUTES

15 MINUTES

University of Manitoba
40 MINUTES

More In The Neighborhood

Community Activities

Located in the heart of St Andrews Manitoba, the St Andrews Community Club is home to a number of summer and winter sports as well as other recreational activities throughout the year.

Did you know that The St Andrews Community Club was built by the community for the community in 1965?

A number of residents thought so highly of the need for a quality recreation centre for their community that they pooled their money. In some cases, taking out a second mortgage on their homes, just to get the community centre built. To this day the Community Club is owned by the community.

The St Andrews community is rich with such resources – enthusiastic volunteers are found in all facets. If you are looking to get involved contact the Volunteer Coordinator and find out how you can help. Feel free to contact us if you have any comments or questions. We are always pleased to be of assistance in any way possible. Together we do make a difference!

Neighbourhood School Districts

Lord Selkirk School Division

Lord Selkirk School Division is a collection of 15 schools that encompasses the City of Selkirk and stretches through the communities of Lockport, St. Andrews, Clandeboye, Petersfield, and Libau to the lakeshore communities of Grand Marais and Victoria Beach. Our schools offer a wide variety of programming options that include French Immersion, Ukrainian Bilingual, Technical-Vocational, Performing Arts, and Athletics.

Neighbourhood Attractions

Top Family Areas

Larters Golf Club

Offering 18 holes of championship golf, complete practice facility (driving range, practice greens and bunkers), clubhouse complete with full restaurant, dining room, meeting rooms and banquet facility as well as a full service pro-shop complete with a winter golf school.

St. Andrews Heritage Centre

Supported by the RM of St. Andrews, the St. Andrews Heritage Centre showcases the history of the St. Andrews area and organizes tours, programs and events for the public. The Heritage Centre is located in the St. Andrews Rectory, a National Historic Site owned by Parks Canada.

Lockport Provincial Heritage Park

Supported by the RM of St. Andrews, the St. Andrews Heritage Centre showcases the history of the St. Andrews area and organizes tours, programs and events for the public. The Heritage Centre is located in the St. Andrews Rectory, a National Historic Site owned by Parks Canada.

Oak Hammock Marsh

The Centre is located on the edge of the Oak Hammock Marsh Wildlife Management Area and is a non-profit organization. Its mission is to “Connect People with Wetlands”.

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204.789.2721 or hello@cbparkave.com.